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More May showers make for a soggy outlook; threat of hail remains

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DENVER -- We are expecting another round of showers and thunderstorms this evening.

The storms will build quickly over the mountains and foothills west of metro Denver by early afternoon.  The storms will then push slowly east across the city through the late afternoon and early evening.

The storms will then continue east and depart the state by around 9-10 p.m.

The thunderstorms will bring with them the threat of lightning, wind and small hail.  At this point a large area of severe weather is not likely, so the threat is low.  But, again, a few storms could produce hail.

We have more storms in the forecast especially from Friday through the weekend.

Your Saturday looks soggy with showers a good bet.  And, the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms continues each day next week.

So, the stormy pattern in May is sticking around.  And, with each passing storm the threat for hail will be there.

The only silver lining in all these storms clouds is the rain.  We are ahead for the month of May with a lot more to come in the days ahead.

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Pinpoint Weather Meteorologists Dave Fraser, Greg Dutra, Jessica Lebel, Matt Makens, and Chris Tomer.

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